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|“Being yourself is a continuous effort. There is always another expectation placed upon you, another person pulling you toward their preferences, another nudge from society to act a certain way. It’s a daily battle to be yourself, not merely what the world wants you to be.” – James Clear|
To all our Edge members….The Edge is making some changes and improvements to serve you better. On September 30th the Williston location will close. To learn more about this change and what that means for programming click here.
It’s time to start thinking about skiing! Sugarbush is still finalizing their corporate pass, so I’ll pass along that info as soon as I have it. If you’re interested in a pass to Smuggler’s Notch you can learn more about their corporate rates here. If you’d like to purchase a pass you can do so here.
The Benefits of Exercise to Manage Type II Diabetes: Join Certified Exercise Physiologist, Nicole Williams from The Edge for this engaging discussion around the science and benefits behind exercise to manage Type II Diabetes. Friday, September 10th noon-1:00 pm EST. Click here to register.
Building Resilient Engagement and Self-Determination: Two Foundational Principles for Managing Remote/Hybrid Teams: Front of mind for every leader these days is ensuring employees are engaged, productive, and healthy whether they are working remote, in-office, or hybrid. By training your managers to focus support on three specific psychological needs (backed by 40 years of behavioral science), a deep, productive, and resilient engagement emerges naturally for all employees, no matter where they are or what specific challenges they face. Better still, employees themselves are an empowered part of the process, drawing them closer to their work and to their teams, even at a distance. Wednesday, September 1st 2:00-3:00 pm ETS. Register here.
Suicide Awareness: Suicide is a serious public health issue that affects people of all ages and situations. In this session, learn to identify early warning signs, support those at risk and receive guidance on how to respond proactively and proficiently. Brought to you by the team from New Directions Behavioral Health. Click here to register. This session is also being offered today from 3:00-4:00 pm EST.
Introduction to Ayurveda: Keep your glow from the summer without burning out! Transition into fall with this light, fun introduction to living with the rhythms of nature, and its positive impact on your health. You will leave this event uplifted having learned about the principles of Ayurveda and how this lifestyle and healing system can positively impact your nutrition, sleep, exercise, immune system, and well-being. Led by Nancy Wind, health coach and founder of Peaks and Poses. Monday, September 13th 7:00-8:00 pm EST via zoom. Click here to register.
Outdoor Family Weekend September 10th through the 12th at Stillwater State Park, in Groton State Forest. Your whole family will have fun learning outdoor skills and about Vermont wildlife. In addition to workshops, you’ll have free time to enjoy recreational activities including boating, swimming, and hiking. Each camper may choose three workshops led by expert instructors. Each session offers numerous choices, including some meant especially for very young children and others appropriate for all ages. Cost is $175.00 per family (up to eight people) which covers one campsite for the weekend, three classes per camper, and most class materials. Registration is open and will close on August 20th or when all workshops are full. For questions or to request disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, contact Allison Smith at Allison.smith.2@UVM.edu or 1-800-571-0668 by Thursday, August 20, 2021. Register online at https://www.uvm.edu/extension/outdoorfamily. For updates, follow us on Facebook at OutdoorFamilyWeekendVT.
HealthyCARETM 90 Day Program: A comprehensive wellness program designed to enrich your life and health. Guided by a Nationally Certified Health Coach, over the course of 13 weeks, you will learn the fundamental aspects of fitness, nutrition, stress management, and behavior modification. Tuesdays, August 31st through November 23rd 5:30-7:30pm. This program is being offered in-person at The Edge at 142 W Twin Oaks Terrace, South Burlington. Insurance may cover most of the cost. Click here to learn more. To register and to verify your insurance coverage contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-951-2320. Reach Out to RebeccaJoin Well-Being Facebook GroupVisit Well-Being Pages